Archive for August, 2011

Stellar by Ignacio Torres

Schön gemachte Gifs von dem texanischen Fotografen Ignacio Torres. Dies ist nur eine kleine Auswahl der magisch wirkenden Bilder dieser Serie: Auf seiner Seite gibt es das ganze Set zu sehen.

“This project began from the theory that humans are made of cosmic matter as a result of a stars death. I created imagery that showcased this cosmic birth through the use of dust and reflective confetti to create galaxies. The models organic bodily expressions as they are frozen in time between the particles suggest their celestial creation. In addition, space and time is heightened by the use of three-dimensional animated gifs. Their movement serves as a visual metaphor to the spatial link we share with stars as well as their separateness through time.” – Ignacio Torres.

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Flat Earth: Sketchbook Timelapse Series by Bryce Wymer

Der in Brooklyn, New York lebende Künstler Bryce Wymer präsentiert regelmässig Zeichnungen aus seinen Sketchbooks als Videos im Zeitraffer. Hier die Arbeiten die der Künstler bisher angefertigt hat. Auf seinem Blog werden stetig Neuigkeiten über die Entstehung seiner Werke veröffentlicht.

Superflow – Bachelor Thesis by Ian Clemmer

“Superflow, the Bachelor Thesis I completed in July, 2010, takes you on an audio-visual journey into the world of Digital Harmony. Superflow is an algorithm I discovered on October 23rd, 2009, which changes the position of objects and their relationship to each other. Superflow can be initiliazed by rotating all objects after setting up a parent-child hierarchy with one pivot point. My thesis introduces the discovery of the Superflow algorithm, a newly created formula Polarflow (based on the Superformula by Johan Gielis and Bert Berinckx), and a newly designed mathematical framework Polarflow Fundamentals. Polarflow Fundamentals is the foundation and combination of these formulas, and can help us understand the long journey that the theorem of pythagoras has taken. In combination with the Superflow algorithm, possibilities have become endless.”

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Above The Dust

Black Holes by Yury Ustsinau



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Miniature Stop Motion Graffiti: Tumblingerstraße

Abschlussarbeit Designschule München 2010. | RS YO | Musik: Mr.Polaroid.

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Digital Artworks by Kelly MacPhee

Kelly MacPhee ist eine freischaffende Künstlerin aus West Midlands, England. Auf ihrem Portfolio findet man neben Illustrations- und Animationsarbeiten auch digitale Kunstwerke. Die hier abgebildeten Arbeiten sind eine Auswahl aus der “Swanswell Digital Art Competition”, wo Kelly MacPhee 4 von 5 der ausgeschriebenen Preise erhielt. Ein Besuch ihrer schönen Website lohnt sich.

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Figure In Isolation

Masked figures live alone in an empty world. A short animation by Kaleb Durocher and Michelle Chrzanowski. Sound by Vacation Dad.

AANAATT by Max Hattler

Complete credits, awards and screening history: maxhattler.com

“Hattler proposes an unusual stop-motion animation, where objects of abstract shape and unknown function move in a space that bears no relationship to any kind of real experience. The various elements move within this three dimensional space, like parts of a dynamic painting that condenses a whole series of references to contemporary art: from the constructivism of Moholy-Nagy, to the historic abstracts of Mondrian and Klee, and on to the more recent experience of conceptual and kinetic art. Changing shapes, plays of colour and transforming surfaces compose a dynamic universe that is both alienating and fascinating at the same time.” Invideo 2010, Italy.

“An exciting experiment in the tradition of Oskar Fischinger (Komposition in Blau, 1935), Dwinell Grant (Composition No. 1, 1940) and Slavko Vorkapich (Abstract Experiment in Kodachrome, 1950s). Max Hattler presents a well-done interaction between music and moving images. Space is turned upside down and the animated objects become faceless dancers in a constructivist ballet.” Vienna Independent Shorts 2010, jury statement by Anton Fuxjäger.

Sometimes A Whole Life Is Lived In A Day | Li Hui

Eine kleine Auswahl beeindruckender Fotos der chinesischen Künstlerin Li Hui. Die Fotografin ar- beitet mit einer Spiegelreflexkamera und erschafft dann mittels verschiedener Belichtungstechniken diese fantastischen Bilder. Mehr von ihren Werken gibt es auf ihrer Seite oder Flickr-Page zu sehen.

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